Five Star Foodstuff owner worked on White fish production and sale in a big state-owned corporation in Qingdao, China from 2002.
In 2005, he moved his business to Yantai, and founded Five Star Foodstuff Company, continued White fish production and sale.
In 2010, we established a subsidiary to work on Squid production in Shidao port. Shidao is the biggest fishing and unloading port in the North of China
All businesses of Squid and White fish are made a deal through Yantai office. Sales volume of White fish is more than 200 containers. Species are Atlantic Cod, Pacific Cod, Alaska Pollock, Saithe, Sole, etc. Sales volume of Squid is more than 200 containers. Species are Todarodes squid, Illex squid, Bartrami squid, Giant squid, etc.
For Squid and White fish, we have absolute advantages on raw material, cold store, processing, serious quality control and competitive price.
Our processing workshops have been certified by HACCP, BRC, MSC, EU Registered, Russia Registered and DIPOA Registered.
From raw material to finished products, we make traceability for each step through our supervision and inspection.
As time goes on, Five Star Foodstuff have successfully developed into a very large and trustworthy supplier in Squid and White fish products.
Five Star Foodstuff is willing to get mutual beneficial cooperation and mutual development with more clients in future.
Our quality controllers have more than 10 years experience in seafood processing. Based on their skillful and reliable working, our quality is approved by all clients.
For all of our products, we have been certified by HACCP, BRC, MSC, EU Registered, Russia Registered and DIPOA Registered.
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